Disciples of Christ -- Texas
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 199
Content Description The collection contains an handwritten autobiographical manuscript by B. F. Hall. The work is titled The Proud Preacher. The manuscript is approximately 150 pages, undated and unpublished. A typewritten transcript by Newell Williams is included in the collection.
Identifier: MS 190
Scope and Contents Handwritten correspondence documents two years in the courtship of Colby Hall and Beatrice Tomlinson, who married in August of 1909. During that time, Beatrice was an undergraduate at TCU in Waco and Colby served as Educational Secretary at TCU. In this role, Hall traveled throughout Texas to promote TCU among Disciples of Christ congregations. The letters between the couple are affectionate, and describe their daily lives while apart. The collection also includes letters to Colby and...
Identifier: MS 149
Scope and Contents This collection contains clippings, photographs, directories, histories, brochures, and other records of Disciples of Christ church congregations in Texas. Many are listed as the city in Texas that correlates to a Disciples of Christ church.
Identifier: MS 144
Scope and Contents Diaries, notes, and records document the life and ministry of Robert Cannon Horn from 1868-1935. The first series includes the diaries of Mr. Horn from 1868-1935. These are mostly day-to-day accounts of his farming and ministry and provide information regarding marriage, funerals, cattle acquisition and breeding records. The diaries describe events in Lebanon and Hartsville, Tennessee and McKinney and Vineland, Texas. The second series contains scholarly notes and records from his years of...
Identifier: RU 46
Identifier: MS 200-2017-015
Identifier: MS 205-2018-004